30 60 90 day job plan

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30 60 90 day job plan

Make a great first impression and set yourself up for success

30 60 90 day job plan template focuses you on what you can control. Making a great first impression isn’t always about the work you do. Think about the softer side of your new role with this simple one page plan to keep you on track.

Let’s assume that you are technically great at your new role. You might be an accountant, or a Service Delivery Manager. Hitting the ground running is something you do, but the relationships with the people you work with aren’t always a priority.

Use this 30 60 90 day job plan to keep you focused on doing the work and building the relationships that will make you a long term success.

BAU may take over really quickly or you might be plunged into fighting fires. You might even decide to carry all of your heavy baggage from your previous role, into your new role.

The 30 60 90 day job plan will help to keep you on track, making friends and building allies, so you can progress towards your career goals.

Download the 3 page guide now or download the one page template.

30 60 90 day plan for your new job

The purpose of the 30 60 90 day job plan

Focus on what you can control. Feeling anxious about a new role is natural, use this plan to put yourself in control.

The plan is designed to focus you in on the buckets of activity that we often downplay when we start a new role.

Remember, your success at work isn’t about the work you do.

my career habit’s top new job tips

  1. It’s not what you know, but who you know (and how well you know them)

To be successful in your new role you are going to need to build allies, make friends and have broad connections. Otherwise known as networking. If that gives you a cold shiver, get over yourself, I’m sure you have friends and know people. Apply the same approach to getting to know people at work, but make it a priority.

  1. The first thing you do should be great, it will be the thing people remember

It is difficult to shift first impressions. You got the job, so you made a good first impression. Now you need to do that in the new gig, that means making sure the first thing you do is something great. If people see you do something great, they’ll assume that you are great.

  1. Manage and set expectations

Expectations are crucial in a role. Be 100% clear on your manager’s expectations. Success will be judged by your manager. People are often terrible communicators, find out what your manager wants and deliver it. Don’t wait for your manager to tell you what they want.

Be careful that you don’t set the wrong expectations about yourself. Avoid working long hours to begin with. Working long hours says “I work hard,” but it will quickly become the norm. If you begin with twelve hour days, you will have nowhere to go to demonstrate that you are working harder.

Download the 30 60 90 day job plan

Download the 3 page guide now or download the one page template.

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